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Archive | October, 2015

Can you help the police find Sascha?

Avon & Somerset Police are continuing to appeal to the public to help them find a missing teenager, Sascha Gallichan. Aged 15, Sascha was last seen at approximately 11.30am on Sunday (25th October) in Bath. Police believe she may now be in Somerset, possibly in the Taunton, Bridgwater and Petherton areas. She is believed to

Road Closures near the Octagon Theatre, Yeovil

If you’ve got tickets for the Octagon Theatre over the next few weeks, you may find that getting there is a bit of a pain. Due to works being carried out by Somerset County Council a number of roads will be closed near The Octagon Theatre most notably: Hendford, Brunswick Street and Hendford Hill. However

PCC accepts Chief Constable’s resignation

I hesitate to attribute cause and effect without good reason. However it is remarkable that barely a couple of days after our article criticising Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens for the delays in taking appropriate action to dismiss Chief Constable Nick Gargan, Mr Gargan has handed in his resignation. This morning

Assault in Keinton Mandeville

Police are appealing for witnesses after a 14-year-old girl was assaulted by a man in the Recreation Park in Keinton Mandeville. The incident happened at approximately 9pm on Saturday, 3 October. Police believe the girl was grabbed by the upper arm and dragged across the park by a man. The man ran off after the

Brean Down Fort Re-imagined

 A group of artists will bring the story of Brean Down fort to life for the duration of Somerset Art Weeks (3 – 18 October). Led by Donna Vale, who runs “For Every Cloud” on Langport’s Bow Street, a ‘Sense of Place’ involves three other Somerset-based artists; Joy Merron, Amanda Boyd and Jon England all